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TALKING EUROPE

TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2013-05-20

Antonio Vitorino: President, Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute

Recent surveys show a majority of Europeans have a negative opinion of the EU. Euroscepticism is rising particularly in member states most affected by the ongoing crisis: three quarters of the Spanish and 60pc of the French say they don't trust the EU anymore. A former EU Commissioner from Portugal, Antonio Vitorino discusses what Europe must do to regain the trust of its citizens.

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